September 01, 2015



Online game from ASU pairs high schoolers with majors

Arizona State University has developed a new online game called me3 that pairs users with careers and college majors and helps them plan their high school courses so they can gain entry to college.


Sun Devil athletes score as scholars

Since 2007, ASU has earned 29 Pac-12 Scholar Athlete of the Year honors. Only one school in the conference has produced more.


Need for speed lures ASU freshman from Lone Star State

Growing up around the Air Force introduced Devyn Carter to a fascination with speed; now the Texas native is coming to ASU so he can study aerodynamics and build faster cars.


Daring to dream of a flying car

Walter Bonar might be missing his family back in North Carolina, but the incoming ASU freshman is ready to jump into his ASU education and try to realize his dream of constructing a car that could fly.


Freshman embraces her passion, thanks in part to ASU gifts

Olivia Besthoff's personal struggle with Crohn's disease guided her toward a future in the health-care industry so she can provide others the same quality of care she received.


First-year teacher training to be boon for new faculty

To help support new faculty as they begin teaching, ASU will launch a program, the new Provost's Teaching Academy, devised by 12 inaugural Teaching Fellows.


Journalism or justice? For Ramos-Mata, they'll each get him toward his goals

Houston native Joey Ramos-Mata is enraptured by journalism and has a goal of becoming a Supreme Court justice. He believes ASU's academics and reputation will help him reach his dreams.


Cronkite student considers ASU a healing experience

Skylar Mason, who lost her father in a crushing car accident that left her with permanent injuries, is now taking her dreams of being a journalist into the school her father wanted her to attend.


California transfer student over the moon about space school at ASU

Eric Laughlin was looking for a place to pursue his passion for astronomy and physics when a friend turned him onto ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration and he found his future.


Students full of excitement, hope as ASU's fall semester begins

Whether it was getting to class early at Polytechnic to meet professors, thinking about the future in Tempe, hitting the library early on West campus or looking forward to cooling off in the pool downtown, students are back in force to start the fall semester.

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